Magdalena Krondl, Ph.D.
Professor Emeritus
Department of Nutritional Sciences
and Institute for Human Development,
Life Course and Aging

Ph: 416.978.2747
Fax: 416.978.5882


  • My research addressed genetic, sensory, cultural and social factors influencing food choice. Latest research focussed on more recent social nutrition issues, such as food sensitivity and the use of nutrition supplements.                         

Selected Publications:                                                   


  • Taylor, J.P, Krondl, M, Csima, A. Assessing adherence to a rotary diversified diet, a treatment for ‘environmental illness’. J Am Diet Assoc. 98:1439-1444, 1998.

  • Krondl, M, Coleman, P, Bradley C.L, Lau, D, Ryan, N. Subjectively health elderly consuming a nutrition supplement maintained body mass index and improved some nutritional parameters and perceived well-being. J Am Diet Assoc. 99:1542-1548, 1999.

  • Taylor, JP, Krondl, M, Csima, AC. An exploratory study of the rotary diversified diet, a treatment of environmental illness. Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine. (Submitted) 2000.

  • Taylor, JP, Krondl, M, Spidel, M, Csima, AC. Dietary adequacy among women prescribed a rotary diversified diet, a treatment for ‘environmental illness’. (in Preparation) 2000.





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